temporary substitute

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Foster care refers to the provision of planned temporary substitute parental care to a child by a foster parent who is duly licensed by the DSWD to provide foster care, Aglayen explained.
Speaking to a Speaking to a female journalist recently we got onto the subject of Zoe Ball's fantastic stint as wonderful Winkle's temporary substitute on Strictly.
This device, which is used outside the body, is used as a temporary substitute for the heart's intrinsic pacing system until a permanent pacemaker can be implanted, or to control irregular heartbeats in patients following events such as cardiac surgery or a myocardial infarction.
They also are employed as a temporary substitute while the hard tooling is prepared.
Bevington returned from the bin, but it was somewhat of a surprise he came back because prop Duncan Jones had scrummaged powerfully as a temporary substitute for Ryan Jones.
said Monday it has started production of hard disk drive motors at a leased factory in Thailand's Rayong Province outside flooded areas as a temporary substitute for its inundated production facility in the Bangkadi Industrial Park.
The Cleansing Conditioner and Styling Creme should be thoroughly mixed and then sprayed lightly over the hair as a temporary substitute.
Temporary substitute watercraft: A customer's watercraft is out of normal use for more than 10 days due to a covered loss, so the carrier pays to charter a comparable temporary substitute.
The policy in question covered the physician himself (referred to in the policy as "you") and the physician's solo professional service corporation, the physician's administrator, qualified temporary substitute physician, and estate.
He's used it as a temporary substitute which, while it's difficult for most women to understand, is what many normal men do.
They are already looking for a temporary substitute for Mark Cosgrove who is away for the whole of July on Australia A duty.

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